Ever since the world’s cultural, political and business elites have embraced internationalist policies such as globalization, free trade and more liberal immigration, 'waving the flag' is seen in some circles as gauche.
O Canada: Canada Day in Ottawa, pictured on July 1, 2017. Federal politicians will be playing the subtle nationalistic game in the next election campaign, writes Gerry Nicholls. The Hill Times file photograph
OAKVILLE, ONT.—Imagine if you were charged with fighting a war knowing that one of the most effective weapons in your arsenal was supposed to be left untouched.
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Liberal MP Omar Alghabra is the ‘first parliamentary secretary to be tasked to exercise leadership in this area,’ according to the Prime Minister's Office, but unions say they haven’t heard from him yet.
'We will not accept a situation where we are not being given the information we are looking for,' says Transport Minister Marc Garneau of the deadly Jan. 8 plane crash in Iran that left 57 Canadians dead.
'They’ll probably disregard a lot, and, say, ‘Well, that was Andrew, I’m a different person, and I won’t have the same challenges that he had. My approach will be different,' says Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie.